Turning out to be a quiet month - 04/18/14

Usually, April is one of if not the most active month for severe weather.  This season so far is pretty quiet.  No complaints here. (seriously none!!!) No late nights lol. Typically the end of our severe weather is around Memorial day.  So the longer we go with out severe weather the chances of it happening become less likely.  I'm pretty happy about that! Let's keep this up.
On another good note as we head into Easter weekend, the weather continues to remain very tranquil.  No systems near by to change that ANNNND as many of you know I like warm to hot weather.  This weekend will be warm too.  Mid 70s Saturday and near 80s Sunday.  I'm digging that!

 

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DODGERS-SCULLY

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Vin Scully isn't ready to hang up his mic. The 86-year-old Hall of Fame broadcaster will return for his record 66th season with the Los Angeles Dodgers next year. The announcement at last night's game against Atlanta got a long standing ovation from the crowd. Scully stood and waved to the fans from the broadcast booth. Scully first started calling Dodgers games in 1949, when they were the Brooklyn Dodgers.

CHURCH WINDOW SCAM

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The man isn't a pastor -- and the pictures from a nude woman were part of the scam. That's according to authorities in North Carolina. Prosecutors charge Justin Moore posed as a pastor. Attorney General Roy Cooper says the scam would start with a woman sending nude pictures to the victims. According to investigators, Moore would call the mark saying he was the pastor father of the underage woman. Moore would tell them when he confronted her, she threw her phone, shattering a church window. Authorities say Moore would demand money for repairs, then pose as a state police investigator to collect.

STATE FAIR-ALCOHOL

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Fair-goers in Indiana will have more than lemonade to quench their thirst. When the Indiana State Fair opens Friday, visitors will be able buy wine and beer. It's the first time the fair has offered alcohol since 1946. Officials say they'll enforce a strict three-drink limit.

NAKED SLEEPING INTRUDER

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- An Albuquerque man is charged with making himself at home -- and in the nude. Authorities in the New Mexico city say Freddy Shelby broke into a couple's home, grabbed a Sprite from the fridge, than caught some "Z's" in the master bedroom. Police say the couple found the man sleeping naked in their bed. Police add Shelby was in such a deep sleep, he only woke up after an officer ripped off the covers. Officers say Shelby told them he thought he was at his girlfriend's house. He's now charged with breaking and entering.

 
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